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The Theremin, the instrument known for the ghostly whoops and wavers on recordings by Led Zeppelin and the Beach Boys, has never been particularly mainstream but its fans are preparing to celebrate 100 years of hands-free noise.
Montreal art historian Valerie Angenot discovered a lost female pharaoh who reigned alongside her sister in ancient Egypt.
Blues singer Dawn Tyler Watson discusses her love of music and her new solo album.
Montreal director Stacey Tenenbaum's set to premiere her doc ‘Pipe Dreams’ – exploring the ins and outs of a competitive organ competition.
The motion by Craig Sauve was passed on last night at the council meeting – the last to be held at city hall for the next 3 years.
The centre hopes to host major international tournaments where athletes can make millions just by playing video games.
Place Vertu was home to some relaxing stretching, difficult poses and goats helping out the yoga devotees.
According to a new motion put forward by Montreal city councillor Craig Sauve, you may as well change the name of the city to Metaltreal.
The language watchdog has released a report on the status of French in Quebec – saying there are improvements, but still concerns.
Award-winning blues artist Dawn Tyler Watson has a new album called Mad Love, and she performs at Petit Campus.
Alegria was a huge success for Cirque du Soleil, 25 years later after touring the world, it's back in Montreal new and improved.
Cirque du Soleil has revamped the show that toured the world for decades
A blind date with a stranger in front of a crowd? Blind Date at the Centaur is improv and interactive.
After sold-out concerts in New York, Los Angeles and Boston, 'Why Don't We' are playing in Laval.
With the federal election just six months away, parties will be trying to win over millennials.
The seventh edition of Montreal’s Greek Film Festival begins this weekend.
Celine Dion is planning to drop an album in 2019 and head on her first major tour in a decade.
The Quebecois superstar revealed plans to play more than 50 cities across Canada and the United States starting in Quebec City on Sept. 18 and 20.
Ubisoft's Game Lab competition features 21 teams crafting videos games you'll want to play – and interfere with.
For the past two years, Kids Code Jeunesse has been going to elementary schools to teach primary students how to code.
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